Creating age-friendly, accessible spaces for seniors is not something we take lightly. Each one of our communities are thoughtfully designed, expertly constructed and beautifully decorated by our in-house construction team. In every new build and renovation, the team reflects on what they’ve learned, evaluates the latest innovations and updates future plans with residents’ well-being in mind. Here are some of the team’s favourite designs and features.
A Piece of Home
Parkland on Eglinton West and Parkland Ajax both feature amenity spaces inspired by the Maritimes. Whether it’s The Citadel restaurant, named after the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, the Breton Lounge, an ode to our Cape Breton roots, or the Shannon Pub – named after our Founder.
Today, we have many locations in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario. In these communities, you will find several nods to our roots, the communities where they were built and those who call them home.
Parkland Cape Breton and Celtic Knots
Celtic knots traditionally signify the three forces of nature: water, fire and earth. The single line is said to signify the oneness of the spirit and the spirals represent growth. Unique to Parkland Cape Breton, Celtic knots can be found throughout the community.
Welcome to Main Street
Our innovative Main Street concept is at several of our long term care communities. Residents can enjoy the experience of spending time on a small-town street complete with a chapel and theatre space, a hair salon, café and town hall.Arrière